Tuesday, December 25, 2007
Thanksgiving is not the biggest shopping day of the year in the United States. Yes, many people flock to malls and big-box stores on "Black Friday" to take advantage of deep discounts and get a start on their holiday shopping. But while many stores report record numbers of shoppers on that day, those numbers aren't necessarily reflected in the sales figures. The rankings vary from year to year, but the day after Thanksgiving generally ranks no higher than fifth, after the two Saturdays and Sundays preceding Christmas. The biggest shopping day of the year is usually either the Saturday before Christmas or, if Christmas falls on a Saturday, December 23.
The date of Jesus' birth is not mentioned in the Bible. In fact, the context of the story of the birth of Jesus indicates that it occurred in the springtime. There are many theories as to why Christmas is celebrated on December 25, the most common of which holds that the date was chosen by Christians to overshadow a pagan festival celebrating the winter solstice. Learn more about the origins of Christmas.
In addition to providing missile warnings and air defense for the United States and Canada, NORAD has been tracking Santa's progress for 50 years. It all started when a Colorado department store printed the wrong phone number for a "Santa hotline" on a promotional flyer, and CONAD (NORAD's predecessor) was flooded with calls from children eager to talk to Santa. Rather than disappoint them, the staff took it upon themselves to track Santa on their radar and keep the kids informed of his whereabouts. Nowadays, kids can also keep tabs on Santa on NORAD's Web site: http://www.noradsanta.org/
The story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was created as a holiday promotion for a department store. In 1939, the Chicago-based Montgomery Ward department store asked one of its copywriters to create a children's Christmas story that could be used as a promotional giveaway during the holiday shopping season. Inspired by The Ugly Duckling, he came up with the story of Rudolph, a reindeer who was teased for his glowing red nose, but ends up saving Christmas. The story evolved over the years into a song recorded by Gene Autry in 1949 and a 1964 TV special that has since become the longest-running holiday special in television history.
Abbreviating Christmas as Xmas doesn't really "take the Christ out of Christmas." The X in "Xmas" stands for the Greek letter Chi, which is the first letter in Christos, the Greek word for "Christ," and a commonly used symbol to represent the name of Christ in religious writings.
The rumor that poinsettias are poisonous was started in 1919 when the 2-year-old child of an Army officer died, and ingestion of poinsettia leaves was assumed to be the cause. This was never proven, and no deaths from poinsettias have been reported since.A study by Ohio State University and the American Society of Florists fed rats high doses of pulverized poinsettia leaves, which failed to kill them or even cause any side effects. A 50-pound child would have to ingest more than 500 poinsettia leaves to exceed the doses given to the rats. Considering that the leaves have a bitter, unpleasant taste, it's unlikely a small child or pet would eat more than one bite. While it's still not a good idea to eat poinsettias--or any other houseplants, for that matter--the worst that could happen to your child or pet is an upset stomach.
It was once against the law to publicly celebrate Christmas in Massachusetts. The Puritans of New England followed a strict interpretation of the Bible, and since there is no mention of the exact date of the birth of Christ, they believed it was inappropriate to observe it on December 25. They also frowned upon the drinking, feasting, and other carousing associated with the holiday. In 1659 a law was passed making it a criminal offense, punishable by a 5-shilling fine, to publicly observe Christmas in Massachusetts. The law was revoked in 1681, but it wasn't until the mid-1800s that Christmas celebrations came back into favor. Learn more about the history of Christmas celebrations.
President Theodore Roosevelt was an ardent conservationist and did not approve of cutting down trees for Christmas. Hoping to set an example as president, he banned Christmas trees from the White House ... but his children smuggled one in anyway. Roosevelt asked Gifford Pinchot, head of the Division of Foresty (now the Forest Service), to explain to them why cutting down Christmas trees threatened the nation's forests. To his surprise, Pinchot said that if properly done, thinning the forests actually helped to maintain their health. After that, Roosevelt did allow a small tree in the White House.
Saint Nicholas was born around 280 AD near Myra in modern-day Turkey. He is said to have given away all of his wealth and devoted his life to helping the poor often by anonymously leaving small gifts for those in need. Admired for his kindness and piety, he became known as the patron saint of children and sailors (among many others). The legend of St. Nicholas spread, and by the Renaissance, he was the most popular saint in Europe. In Holland, where he was called "Sint Nikolaas" or "Sinter Klaas," he developed into a Christmas gift-giver. Dutch immigrants brought the tradition to America, where his name eventually became the familiar "Santa Claus."
Sunday, December 9, 2007
Answer these three simple questions. You can't take your time, you have to answer really quickly. okay?
1..You are participating in a race. You overtake the second. What position do you arrive in?
2. If you overtake the last, what place do you arrive as?
3.(This riddle must be done in your head only without the use of paper and a pen)
Take 1,000 and add 40 to it. Now add another 1,000. Then add 30. Add another 1,000. Now add 20. Then add another 1,000. Now add 10. What is the total.
1. If you answered that you arrived first, you are absolutely wrong! 'Cause if you overtake the second, you take his place so you arrive second.
2. If you answered that you arrived second to the last then you are wrong again. Tell me, how can you overtake the LAST? The question is wrong!
3. Did you get 5,000? The correct answer is actually 4,100. You don't believe it? Check with your calculator.
Work this out as you read - it only takes 30 seconds. Make sure you don't read the bottom until you've worked it out!
1. First of all, pick the number of times a week that you would like to have sex.(Try more than once)
2. Multiply this number by 2 (just to be bold)
3. Add 5. (for Sunday)
4. Multiply it by 50. (okay you may use a calculator!)
5. If you've already had your birthday this year add 1750. If you haven't add 1749.
6. Now subtract the four-digit year that you were born. (Hey stop cheating and put in the correct number!)
You should now have a three-digit number. (Do you?) The first digit of this was your original number (i.e., how many times you want to have sex each week). The second two digits are your age and it shows.
CHECK YOUR LOGIC
Don't look at the answer ! Try first and write down your answers.
1. There is a man who lives on the top floor of a very tall building. Every day, he takes the elevator down to the ground floor to leave the building to go to work. Upon returning from work though, he can only travel halfway up in the lift and has to walk the rest of the way unless it's raining Why?
2. A man and his son are in a car accident. The father dies on the scene, but the child is rushed to the hospital, where the surgeon says, " I can't operate on this boy, he is my son!" How can this be?
3. A man is wearing black. He had black shoes, socks, trousers, jumpers, gloves, and Balaclava. He is walking down the black streets with all the street lamps off. A black car is coming towards him with it's light off but somehow manages to stop in time. How did the driver see the man?
4. One day Dada celebrated her birthday. Two days later her older twin brother, Dodo, celebrated his birthday. How?
5. Why is it better to have round manhole covers than square one?
6. A man went to a party and drank some of the punch. He then left early. Everyone else at the party who drank the puch died of poisoning. Why did the man not die?
7. A man died and went to heaven. There were thousands of other people there. They were all naked and all looked as if they died at the age of 21. He looked around to see if there was anyone he recognized. He saw a couple and he knew immediately that they were Adam and Eve. How did he know?
8. A woman had two sons who were born on the same hour of the same day of the same year. But they were not twins. How could this be so?
9. A man walks into a bar and ask the bartender for a glass of water. The bartender pulls out a gun and points it at the man. Tha man says, "Thank you," and walks out
1. The man is very short and can only reach reach halfway up the elevator buttons. However, if it is raining, then he will have his umbrella with him and can press the higher buttons with it. .
2. The surgeon was his mother.
3. It was daytime.
4. At the time she went into labor, the mother of the twins was traveling by boat. The older twin, Dodo, was born early on March 1st.The boat then crossed a time zone and Dada, the younger twin, was born on February 28th. Therefore the younger twin celebrates her birthday two days before her older brother during a leap year.
5. A square manhole can be turned and dropped diagonally down the manhole. A round manhole cannot be dropped down the manhole. So, for safety and practicality, all manhole covers should be round.
6. The poison in the punch came from the ice cubes. When the man drank the punch, the ice was fully frozen. Gradually it melted , poisoning the punch.
7. He recognized Adam and Eve as the only people without navels. because they were not born of women, they never had never umbilical cords, and therefore , they never had navels. This one seems perfectly logical but it can sometimes spark fierce theological arguments.
8. They were two sets of triplets (or quadruplets, etc.) This puzzle stumps many people. They try outlandish solutions involving test-tube babies or surrogate mothers. Why does the brain search for complex solutions when there is a much simpler one available?
9. The man had hiccups. The bartender recognized this from his speech and drew the gun in order to give him a scare. It worked and cured the hiccups so the man no longer needed tha water.
1. Five hundred begins in it, five hundred ends it, Five in the middle is seen;
First of all the figures, the first of all letters, take up their situations between.
Join all together , and then you will bring, Before you the name of an eminent king.
2. I build castles. I tear down mountains.
I make some men blind, I help others to see
What am I?
3. What does man love more than life
Fear more than death or mortal strife
What the poor have, the rich require,
and what contented men desire,
What the miser spends and the spend thriftsaves
And all men carry to their graves?
4. Whoever makes it, tells it not.
Whoever takes it, knows it not.
Whoever knows it want it not.
5. Whoever makes it, wants it not
Whoever buys it, uses it not.
And whoever uses it, knows it not.
6. Two words, my answer is only two words.
To keep me, you must give me.
7. When young, I am sweet in the sun.
When middle-aged, I make you gay.
When old, I am valued more than ever.
8. I go round in circles
But always straight ahead.
No matter where I am led.
9. Lighter than what I am made of,
More of me is hidden, Than is seen.
10. At the sound of me, men may dream Or stomp their feet
At the sound of me, women may laugh, Or sometimes weep.
1. DAVID (in Roman numerals).
4. Counterfeit money
6. Your word
8. Wagon wheels or tire.
Assigment: ( I give the answer next blog, try to research it now)
THE WORLD'S EASIEST QUIZ (OR IS IT?)
1) How long did the Hundred Years War last?
2) Which country makes the Panama hats?
3) From which animal do we get catgut?
4) In which month do Russian celebrate the October revolution?
5) What is camel's hairbrush made of?
6) The Canary Islands in the Pacific are named after what animal?
7) What color is a purple finch?
8) Where are Chinese gooseberries come?
9) Where was India ink invented?
10) How long did the thirty Years War last?
Smile of the Day:
Why is life like a riddle?
Because you must give up.
Thursday, November 22, 2007
They'd known each other since their school days and had since become the best of friends. They shared everything and anything and spent lots time together in and after school. But the friendship never developed into anything deeper. Diane kept a secret: her admiration and love for Jack. She had her reasons for keeping it a secret. FEAR.Fear of rejection... fear that he might not feel the same... fear that he might not want to be her best friend anymore... fear of losing someone that she could always find comfort in. At least if she kept her feelings to herself she would still be able to spend time with him... and hopefully, he would be the one to tell her how he felt towards her.
Time passed, and soon school was over. Jack and Diane went separate ways. Jack continued his studies overseas, while Diane got herself a job. They still kept in touch though...penned letters, sent each other photographs, and mailed each other gifts. Diane longed for Jack to be back. She decided that she would tell him her feelings once he got back. And then out of the blue... the mails from Jack stopped coming. Diane wrote to him, but there was never a reply. Where was he? What happened? Lots of questions ran through her mind...Two years passed and Diane was still hopeful that Jack would come back... or at least send her a note.
And then her prayers were answered. One mid-August day, she received a note from Jack. It said:Diane,I have a surprise for you. I'm flying over. Meet me at the airport. My flight comes in at 4pm on Saturday. I can't wait to see you again! There's something I need to tell you, something I've been keeping inside all this time. Love & Kisses, Jack. Diane's fingers shook as she read the note. Her heart soared. Diane was thrilled. Love and kisses... it meant a lot for a lady who had waited so long for those words. She was ecstatic!
The day arrived, and Diane waited anxiously for Jack. She had slipped into her best dress, and did her best to look as pretty as she could. She looked around... but Jack was nowhere in sight. She waited and waited, wondering what she would say to Jack when he got there, what their meeting would be like. Would there be love in his eyes? Would there be longing, bred from years of separation and hiding each others' feelings? Oh, how she longed to see him! How she longed to throw her arms around him and tell him she was a fool to ever let him go without ever telling him how she felt! And she was certain Jack felt it too. There was always a certain magic about them when they were together. Then a lady in a sexy, tight, blue dress approached her. She had a very concerned look on her face, "Hi! I'm Lynn, a friend of Jack. Are you Diane?" she asked. Diane just nodded her head."I'm afraid I... I have bad news for you. Jack is not coming... he won't be coming back anymore," said the lady, placing a hand on Diane's shoulder. Diane shook her head in confusion. She felt her heart constrict.What could possibly have happened? Diane felt an overwhelming fear inside her. Her hands turned cold. Her voice shook as she asked: "Where... where's Jack? What happened to him? Please tell me..." Diane begged the lady...
The lady looked intently at Diane... and then she gave Diane a nudge on the shoulder and said... "HOY GAGA! IT'S ME, JACK... JACKILYN!! DI MO NA AKO NAKILALA?! ANG GANDA-GANDA KO NGAYON, DI VAAAAH?! ECHUSERA KA NAMAN MASYADO SISTER! KAKALOKA KAH HUH!! TEKA, SANDALI... MEET MY 'PAPA'!!" Kawawang Diane, hindi lang nawasak ang puso... inapak-apakan pa ng Jack, este Lynn pala! O siya, ipasa mo na lang sa iba para makaganti ka!!!! he he he..
Monday, November 12, 2007
BOTE NGA SA IYO - Junk shop are mushrooming now, everywhere.
FRIED OF MARIKINA - A chicken house.
FELIX THE CUT -a barber shop
CAINTACKY - an eatery located in Cainta, Rizal
DORIS DAY & NIGHT - 24 hours eatery.
TOKWA-TOKWA - Tokwa-lugaw eatery.
COOKING NG INA MO - A Karinderya w/ your mother recipes as specialties.
CHRISTOPHER PLUMBING - Plumbing problems?
BABALIK KARINDERIA - Talagang babalikan lalo na kung masarap.
PANSIT NG TAGA MALABONI -In tradition of Pansit Malabon na nasa Mandaluyong.
CLEOPATAS - A pata house
LET'S GO-AT TOGETHER - A goat restaurant.
LITO LAPIDa - Lapida maker.
HOLLYWEIRD - A novelty store.
LION KING VIDEO- a video rental shop.
MacDonuts- a doughnut shop.
MARUYA CAREY - Maruya (banana pan cake) Turon (Banana fritters)
MANG DONALD - a local burger restaurant.
MEMORY DRUG - Magandang kumpetensiya ng Mercury Drug.
MIKI MAO - A noodle house w/ Chinese and Disney sounding name.
PETAL ATTRACTION - a flower shop in Diliman.
SikaTUNA - grilled tuna belly at its best along Sikatuna Village, QC.
THE WAY WE WEAR - a boutique.
WRAP AND ROLL - A lumpia outlet.
WALANG TULUGAN - A funeral parlor.
And two butcher shops called Meating Place and Meatropolis. Smart travelers can decipher what may look like baffling signs to unaccustomed foreigners by simply sounding out the 'Taglish' (ThePhilippine version of English words spelled and pronounced with a heavy Filipino such as:
At a restaurant menu in Cebu "We had sopdrink in can an in batol" [translation: We have soft drinks in can and in bottle].
Then, there is a sewing accessories shop called Bids And Pises - [translation: Beads and Pieces --or-- Bits and Pieces]There are also many signs with either badly chosen or misspelled words but they are usually so entertaining that it would be a mistake to 'correct' them like.......
In a restaurant in Baguio City, the 'summer capital' of thePhilippines: " Wanted: Boy Waitress"
On a highway in Pampanga: "We Make Modern Antique Furniture"
On the window of a photography shop in Cabanatuan: "We Shoot You WhileYou Wait"
And on the glass front of a cafe in Panay Avenue in Manila: "Wanted: Waiter, Cashier, Washier". Some of the notices can even give a wrong impression such as:
A shoe store in Pangasinan which has a sign saying: "We Sell ImportedRobber Shoes" (these could be the 'sneakiest' sneakers);
A rental property sign in Jaro reads: "House For Rent, Fully Furnaced"(it must really be hot inside)!
Occasionally, one could come across signs that are truly unique - if not altogether odd. City in southern Philippines which said: "Adults: 1 peso; Child: 50 centavos; Cadavers: fare subject to negotiation".
European tourists may also be intrigued to discover two competing shops selling hopia (a Chinese pastry) called Holland Hopia and Poland Hopia - which are owned and operated by two local Chinese entrepreneurs, Mr. Ho andMr. Po respectively - (believe it or not)!
Some folks also 'creatively' redesign English to be more efficient."The creative confusion between language and culture leads to more than just simple unintentional errors in syntax, but in the adoption of new words, "says reader Robert Goodfellow who came across a sign .....HouseFersallarend' (house for sale or rent). Why use five words when two will do?
According to Manila businessman, Tonyboy Ongsiako, there is so much wit in the Philippines because "We are a country where a good sense of humor is needed to survive". We have a 24-hour comedy show here called the government and a huge reserve of comedians made up mostly of politicians and bad actors.
Now I ask you where else in the world would one want to live?
Wednesday, November 7, 2007
Even doctors, lawyers and engineers are unemployed.
Doctors study to become nurses for employment abroad.
Students pay more money than they will earn afterwards.
School is considered the second home and the mall considered the third.
Call-center employees earn more money than teachers and nurses.
Everyone has his personal ghost story and superstition.
Mountains like Makiling and Banahaw are considered holy places.
Everything can be forged.
All kinds of animals are edible.
Starbucks coffee is more expensive than gas.
Driving 4 kms can take as much as four hours.
Flyovers bring you from the freeway to the side streets.
Crossing the street involves running for your dear life.
The personal computer is mainly used for games andFriendster.
Where colonial mentality is dishonestly denied!
Where 4 a.m. is not even considered bedtime yet.
People can pay to defy the law.
Everything and everyone is spoofed.
Where even the poverty-stricken get to wear Ralph Lauren and TommyHilfiger (peke)!
The honking of car horns is a way of life.
Being called a bum is never offensive.
Floodwaters take up more than 90 percent of the streets during therainy season.
Where everyone has a relative abroad who keeps them alive.
Where wearing your national colors make you baduy.
Where even the poverty-stricken have the latest cell phones.(GSM-galing sa magnanakaw)
Where insurance does not work.
Where water can only be classified as tap and dirty.
Clean water is for sale (35 pesos per gallon).
Where the government makes the people pray for miracles. (Amen tothat!)
Where University of thePhilippines where all the weird people go.
Ateneo is where all the nerds go.
La Salle is where all the Chinese go.
College of Saint Benilde is where all the stupid Chinese go and;
University of Asia and the Pacific is where all the irrelevantly rich people go.
Fast food is a diet meal.
Traffic signs are merely suggestions, not regulations.
Where being mugged is normal and It happens to everyone.
Rodents are normal house pets.
The definition of traffic is the 'non-movement' of vehicles.
Where the fighter planes of the 1940s are used for military engagements and;
The new fighter planes are displayed in museums.
Where cigarettes and alcohol are a necessity, and where the lottery is a commodity.
Where soap operas tell the realities of life and where the news provides the drama.
Where actors make the rules and where politicians providetheentertainment.
People can get away with stealing trillions of pesos but not a thousand.
Where being an hour late is still considered punctual (Grabe talaga 'to!)
Where the squatters have more to complain (even if they do not paytheir tax) - than those employed and have their tax automatically deducted from their salaries.
And where everyone wants to leave the country!
Sunday, October 28, 2007
HOW DO WE WANT PEOPLE REMEMBER US?American writer Mark Twain once responded with wit to a false report that he had supposedly died, saying "News on my death has been greatly exaggerated." The legendary Swedish inventor and chemist Alfred Nobel had once experienced what Mark Twain went through. He woke up one morning in 1888 to the startling news that a French newspaper had mistakenly published an obituary of his death and called him the "merchant of death." It was a double shock for Nobel, who sincerely believed that his invention of dynamite would actually end all wars and hasten world peace.Nobel was so disturbed by his possible dark legacy, he wanted to change his future obituary. When he died in 1986, the reading of his will shocked his relatives. Alfred Nobel had bequeathed 94 percent of his wealth to the creation of five world-famous prizes -Physics, Chemistry, Physiology or medicine, Literature, and Peace - to be given to "those who, during the preceeding, shall have confered the greatest benefit to mankind."During All Saints' Day and funerals , let us not only be fixated on mourning death . Celebrate life more. Wouldn't it be much more better if we celebrate the lives of those who died and gain inspiration from them, rather than forever grieve in gloomy, inconsolable sorrow?
FAMOUS LAST WORD AND EPITAPH:
" A great artist dies in me." - Roman Emperor Nero"
I feel the flowers growing over me." - Socrates"
Consummatum est!" (it is done) - Jose Rizal"
A dying man can do nothing easy." - Benjamin Franklin "
Applaud, friends, the comedy is over ." - Ludwig Van Beethoven"
It is very beautiful over there." - Thomas Edison"
All wells, that ends well" - William Shakespeare
NOT SO FAMOUS:
" I told you I was sick." epitaph in Georgia cemetery"
At last she sleeps alone." epitaph of a prostitute "
Its so peaceful here." - epitaph of a troubled husband."
Here lies an Atheist, all dress up and no place to go." - epitaph of an Atheist"
The defense rest." epitaph of a defense attorney"
Here lies Lester Moore/ four slugs from forty four/no less, no more."
" He was a simple man, who died of complication." epitaph of a simple man.
DO NOT MOURN DEATH, CELEBRATE LIFE - A well made film "Ladder 49" when the heroic film fireman played by Joaquin Phoenix died, his chief played by John Travolta delivered an eloquent speech asking people in the funeral "not to mourn on his death, but to celebrate life." and that was the best part of the film.
Sunday, October 21, 2007
When the conductor shifted to the other station it was the same programming, endless ads and station's ID. It was so annoying.
Gone are the days where FM radio played more music than DJ's talking.
Friday, October 19, 2007
ang nakaka-inis lang nakaabang na sa 'yo yung mga bakla na naghahanap ng masisila.
Kahapon ay ginulantang tayo ng balita sa pagsabog ng totoong bomba sa Glorietta, Makati. kumpirmado na bomba at hindi LPG ang sumabog. So, katakot-takot na imbestigasyon, espekulasyon ang maririnig mo sa mga awtoridad. Nagpi-pyesta naman ang mga news network at ang iba ay masyado ng naging-OA sa pagbabalita. Ang isang estasyon ay nag-bansag pa ng "Ground-Zero" na halatang ginaya sa Twin Towers sa Nueva York sa Amerika.
So, ano na naman ang magiging implikasyon nito?
A.) Kakalat ito sa buong mundo at magkakaruon na naman ng dahilan ang gobyerno na tuloy-tuloy na sana ang pag-ganda ng ekonomiya.
B.) Sisisihin ang Abu Sayaf o NPA.
K.) Panibagong impeachment issue ito sa Presidente.
D.) Muling mgapi-piyesta ang mga raliyesta sa kalye.
Takbo, bilis may bomba!!!
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Katulad ngayo bi-bwisitin ka na naman ng napipintong pagtataas ng pamasahe dahil nag-petisyon na raw ang mga nasa hanay ng pam-publikong sasakyan na itaas ng 2 piso, kaya mula sa 7 piso ay magiging 9 piso na ang regular na pamasahe.
Ewan ko ba kung bakit tuwing nag-aaway ang transport group, gobyerno at mga kompanya ng langis at sa bandang huli nito ay tayong mga mamamayan ang magdurusa, kasali ba tayo sa away at usapan nila?
Tuesday, October 9, 2007
Siguro wala ring solusyon ito, tulad ng dati tiis tayo,
hay, Buhay Pinoy talaga..sabi nga ni Manny Pacquiao ang buhay ay tulad ng boksing, walang katapusan pakikipaglaban sa hamon ng Buhay.
Monday, October 1, 2007
Samu't-saring pangyayari na napapakinggan at napapanod sa telebisyon kung saan nakatutok ang maraming Pinoy na sugapa na sa ganitong pampalipas-oras, kahit bwisitin pa ng sandamak-mak na komersyal ng shampoo.
Sunday, September 30, 2007
Isa na naman Pinoy ang naging kampeon sa larangan ng boksing. Ito ay si Donnie "Ahas" Nietes bilang bagong WBO minimumweight champion, Siya ngayon ay kabilang na sa hanay ng mga Filipinong nag-kampeon sa taong ito sila ay sina; Florante Condes (minimumweight, IBF), Nonito Donaire, Jr. (flyweight, IBF, IBO) and Gerry Peñalosa (bantamweight, WBO).
Bagama't si Manny Pacquiao ang pinakasikat sa lahat ng boksingero dito sa ating bansa. Siya ay walang hawak na korona (world title belt) Kahit ang magiging laban niya kay Marco Antonio Barrera sa Linggo (oktubre 7) ay wala ring nakatayang korona. Samakatwid ang laban na ito ay pera-pera lang. Manalo at matalo si Pacman kay MAB ay magkakamal pa rin siya milyo-milyong dolyares. Masama ang kutob ko mga kabayan, baka matalo si Pacquiao dito bigyan daan ang Pacquiao - Barrera 3.
May imposible ba sa Las Vegas?
Thursday, September 27, 2007
ANG GANDA NG LOLA MO
ANG KAPAL MO
ANO BA YAN
ANO BA YAN LOLO
CHANGES ME (IBAHIN MO AKO)
COOL KA LANG
DUYA (MAGULANG AT MADAYA)
GANDA NG LOLA MO!
HINDI KA NAG-IISA
HINDI KAYA NG POWER KO
IN NA IN
KADIRI TO DEATH
L NA L
MERON PA BA?
O, KAIN KA
PAANO NAMAN KAMI
PAHIYA KA' NO?
SAKYAN MO NA LANG
SANA KAYO RIN
SANA KUNIN KA NA NI LORD
TEXT MO KO!
TYPE NA RIN
WHATS YOUR SIGN
WOW, PARE BIGAT
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Ang araw na ito ay tutuong espesyal para sa akin, dahil sa hindi malamang kadahilanan ay pumasok ako sa ibang level ng kumunikasyon, ang tawag nila dito ay BLOG. Ewan di ko pa alam ang kaibayo nito sa lenguwaheng Pinoy. Kung sa tunog mo pagbabasehan, ang BLOG ay tunog ng isang taong Sabog na nahulog kaya kumalabog. (banat agad ako ng korne hah) Iwanan na natin ang issue yan, bakit ba nahihilig ang mga taong mag-Blog, siguro karamihan dito ay KSP (as in kulang sa pansin) siguro isa ako sa KSP at marahil maraming dahilan siguro, dahil sa naibubulalas mo dito ang damdamin mo bilang ikaw, di ba? Hindi 'yung alak na lang parati ang outlet mo para manghiram ka ng tapang upang sabihin kung sino kang talaga, di ba? di ba?
Well, marami tayong pagsasamahan at pagsasaluhan at pagdedebatehang issue at kuro-kuro dito at ang kagandahan nito hindi mo ako puwedeng umbagin kapag napikon ka sa mga isusulat ko. (okey di ba?)
Mahiwagang lahi ang Pinoy, at siguro dito ako si-sentro, kahit minsan nakakakahiyang maging Pinoy, aym estil prawd tobe Pinoy.